Folk-182: Mumford & Sons cover ‘What’s My Age Again?’ with Mark Hoppus, Tom Morello, and T Bone Burnett

In Los Angeles, anything can happen when the stars align.

One time, a guy from Blink-182 and a guy from Rage Against The Machine joined T Bone Burnett and Mumford & Sons live on stage to bust out a ’90s pop-punk classic. That time, of course, was actually last week, when Mark Hoppus, Tom Morello, and Burnett crashed a private Mumford & Sons gig at the Troubador in West Hollywood.

The live supergroup closed Mumford’s set out with Blink-182’s 1999 classic “What’s My Age Again.” And it’s as weird as it sounds.

According to the NME, Moreno also joined Mumford for a cover of Bruce Springsteen’s “Ghost Of Tom Joad,” and chipped in on Mumford songs like “Awake My Soul” and “Dust Bowl Dance.” Hoppus only played his own tune, it looks like.

Watch the merry band of musical misfits get their Blink on below…

Here’s another look; we think that’s Ben Lovett crowd surfing…